Hind Hassan is a correspondent for VICE News. Since joining VICE News, she has reported on a wide range of global stories, including the humanitarian crisis in Iraq, protests in Sudan, tension in Kashmir and the rise of populism in Eastern Europe. Hassan and a team from VICE News became the first international journalists to gain exclusive access to Argun Prison in Chechnya, where it was alleged that gay men were rounded up and tortured as part of an 'anti-gay purge.' In 2019, Hassan reported from the barricades of France's Yellow Vest movement and documented injustices at the heart of Iraq's judicial system in Mosul after ISIS.
Prior to joining VICE News, Hassan worked as a reporter for Sky News where she reported on the U.K. terror trials, Julian Assange and the state of Syrian refugees in the U.K. She also wrote about her experiences reporting in the Middle East for Our Women on The Ground (2019), a collection of essays by Arab women reporting from the region. Hassan is based in London.